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Transatlantic Must-Reads
Tuesday, March 28th, 2017


Belarus, Russia, Middle East, Bosnia and Herzegovina, US, Europe, France, UK, Iraq, Digital, Economy, Energy, Climate Change, Nuclear

Belarus - Belarus-West Relations: The New Normal, Dzianis Melyantsou, Center for Transatlantic Relations/DGAP
Russia -
Moscow’s Manipulation Game, Stefan Meister, Berlin Policy Journal
Russia -
What Russia's Latest Protests Mean for Putin, Julia Ioffe, The Atlantic
Russia, Middle East -
Russian Foreign Policy in the Middle East: New Challenge for Western Interests? Nikolay Kozhanov, Center for Transatlantic Relations/DGAP
Bosnia and Herzegovina -
Substantial Change on the Horizon? A Monitoring Report on the EU’s New Bosnia and Herzegovina Initiative, Bodo Weber, Democratization Policy Council
US, Europe -
Thought Leader Survey: Issues Impacting the Transatlantic Relationship, Bruce Stokes, Pew Research Center
US, France, UK -
U.K., France and U.S. Agree to Increase Submarine Warfare, Aircraft Carrier Cooperation, Sam LeGrone, USNI News,
US, Iraq -
At Site of Deaths, Our Reporters Find Cost of U.S.-ISIS Battle, Tim Arango, New York Times
Digital -
America's plan for stopping cyberattacks is dangerously weak, Greg Allen, Vox
Economy -
The use of tax havens by Europe’s biggest banks, Manon Aubry & Thomas Dauphin, Oxfam
Energy, Climate Change -
Twelve Economic Facts on Energy and Climate Change, The Hamilton Project and Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago
Energy -
What to Know About Trump’s Order to Dismantle the Clean Power Plan, Tatiana Schlossberg, New York Times
France -
France’s Extraordinary Election, Dominique Moisi, Project Syndicate
Nuclear -
The Case for a European Nuke, Doug Bandow, Foreign Affairs


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